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by Ryan St. Andrie
Aug 01, 2012
With the on-again, off-again relationship between webOS and Evernote many  webOS faithful ditched the popular online note service in search of a good alternative. However, in their search most...
App Review: E Notes
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by Sharon L Copeland
May 02, 2012
Way back in 2009, the Palm Pre and webOS were still new to the world. Also new to the world was Evernote, who released an app built with the also new Mojo framework for webOS. It was a decent app,...
App Review: MeOrg! for SpringPad
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by arthurthornton
Apr 26, 2012
Ever since the TouchPad was released people have been looking for a solution to their Evernote woes, what with the fact that Evernote never created an app for the TouchPad and more recently that the...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Aug 16, 2011
What's the biggest thing that people mention when talking about missing features that are holding the TouchPad back? Document Editing and note taking apps. While we are still waiting for the...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jan 11, 2011
We've been tracking the updates to Evernote for some time now and it looks as though the beta has graduated to the official version of Evernote in the App Catalog. The fine people behind the cloud-...
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by Dieter Bohn
Dec 17, 2010
  Evernote was an early favorite on webOS and an example of some of the momentum webOS had from major app developers in its early days. Since then the app had seen a rough patch, but as we...
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by Nathan Mylott
Oct 26, 2010
A data loss bug that has crippled the webOS Evernote app finally has a fix available and more updates are on the way. Evernote is one of the most powerful and popular cross platform note taking...
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by Derek Kessler
Jan 06, 2010
While yesterday’s large app drop didn’t bring anything new to the App Catalog, it did bring a whole slew of updates as we power forward to Palm’s CES presentation on Thursday, otherwise known as...
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by Robert Werlinger
Dec 31, 2009
  The App Catalog has seen impressive growth since it first went live a little over 6 months ago.  Palm's Early Access program brought in dozens of developers who have created over 1,000...
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by Robert Werlinger
Dec 06, 2009
There's more video being officially released by Sprint of it's 2009 Open Developers Conference.  We've already seen a video of Rick Boatright from the webOS Internals group presenting on the...